Physics

These pages contain information for applicants to graduate studies in Physics and Geophysics.

Information for prospective graduate students

We are no longer accepting applications for September 2017 admission 

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Please take a look at our graduate program prospectus (PDF, 106k), our webpages, and our video.

On our "For applicants" and "Awards and Funding" webpages, you will find information about our programs and about applying for them, as well as information about funding available to graduate students in Physics.  Email us with questions that are not answered on our website.

Location

University of Alberta is located in Edmonton next to the beautiful North Saskatchewan River valley and is also a short walk from Edmonton’s vibrant south-side urban neighbourhoods.  The city has a population of nearly 900,000 and hosts a diverse spectrum of music, theatre, arts and sporting events. Edmonton is a four-hour drive from the Rocky Mountain national parks of Jasper and Banff. Due to its location, Edmonton is the only major city in Canada where northern lights can frequently be observed on a casual winter evening stroll.